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More Than Bjork: A Journey Through Iceland's Pop Music History (Review) + MORE

Blue Eyed Pop includes a trove of candid band shots, live performance photos and more that would otherwise go unseen by anyone outside of Iceland..... More »
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Mac DeMarco Wants You To Join Him At His House For Coffee + MORE

Taylor Swift, eat your heart out. While the pop songstress might be a PR team’s dream client, with a meticulously constructed image as best friend to every one of her millions of fans around the world, even paying off their student loans, has she ever invited them over to her place for coffee?.... More »
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Aubrey O’Day And Shannon Bex Launch A Dance-Pop Duo Called Dumblonde + MORE

Danity Kane Announces Post-Breakup Album 'DK3' Regardless of the drama going on behind-the-scenes, DK ann.... More »
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Music festival will test your drugs + MORE

RATHER than trying to hide their drugs revellers at this music festival can have them tested by organisers to make sure they are pure..... More »
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Review: Björk at Carnegie Hall, Heartbreak and Pathos + MORE

The Icelandic singer-songwriter performed at Carnegie Hall on Saturday afternoon in what was the first of seven concerts in New York City..... More »

The Most Pirated Artists Of 2013

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Feeds: Bruno Mars, Daft Punk, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna

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Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks: Wig Out at Jagbags (Review)Parsing Stephen Malkmus’ lyrics has been an indie pastime for going on close to a quarter century, so can it be any surprise that Wig Out at Jagbags serves up its fair share of lines that beg for reading too much into?

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Breaking Good: January 2014′s Best FREE Music DownloadsIn the era of Spotify, Noisetrade and YouTube, there are thousands of emerging bands and artists competing for your attention. Perhaps too many. Just because anyone with an iPad can record a song and post it on online doesn’t mean they should. But when the truly talented emerge, the heart still races and suddenly, a new favorite song is on constant iPod repeat…

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Here is a look at the official video for “Big Wheel” from Cass McCombs’ latest album Big Wheel and Others. He is joined on this release by numerous musicians including Mike Gordon, Joe Russo and many others. We spoke with McCombs this past fall about the record and he revealed, “I am a big Phish fan—I had a subscription to Relix in the early ‘90s…

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Digital Music Sales Drop For First Time EverSales of digital music has experienced its biggest drop in a decade. In fact, its the largest dip in sales since iTunes launched back in 2003. While Apple’s digital music store celebrated its 10th birthday last year, new figures from Billboard reveal that 2013 saw digital tracks sales fall by 5…

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. The Internet has made it much easier to bring those tracks to the masses, allowing music fans to deconstruct, share, and critique them, oftens decades later. The …

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Rosanne Cash, 'The River & the Thread'; Lucinda Williams, 'Lucinda Williams': Album reviewsRosanne Cash “The River & the Thread” (Blue Note) 4 stars All roads lead south on the new Rosanne Cash CD.    

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Singer's father, grandparents found dead

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THE father and grandparents of a member of South Korean boy band Super Junior have died in a suspected murder-suicide.

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Listen: Wild Beasts’ sprawling new single, “Wanderlust”
We haven’t heard much from UK indie-pop collective Wild Beasts since their 2012 single “Stray”. And it’s been even longer since they released their last full-length, 2011′s excellent Smother. But it seems that’s all about to change this year, as the band’s just shared a new song “Wanderlust”, a murky and sprawling murky piece lined with creeping synths…

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Broken Bells – “After The Disco”Broken Bells, the duo of Danger Mouse and Shins frontman James Mercer, are only a week away from releasing their new album After The Disco, and we posted the LP’s first single “Holding On For Life” a while back. The duo has now shared the album’s title track, and it’s a light, lithe pop groove — one not too far removed from Hall & Oates, or maybe Chromeo…

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New Artists Announced For 2014 SXSW Musical Festival: See The Line-UpThe 2014 SXSW Music Festival is right around the corner (but doesn’t last year’s feel like just ten minutes ago? Sigh), and the higher-ups down in Austin have begun unveiling the line-up for artists invited to play at the festival — and it’s a doozy! I mean, hundreds and hundreds of artists, most of which have names like “Bird Walk” and “Bear Hands” and well, those aren’t really my cup of tea (although they could be yours!), but there’s also a healthy showing of pop acts who will be appearing at the fest…

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First NASA, now the Christian right. Whatever she does these days, Beyonce is making some people angry. The singer is currently in hot water with some fans and commentators over an Instagram picture she took last week, reportedly at a Miami juice bar. Said juice bar is decorated, for whatever reason, with a mural of Andy Warhol’s Last Supper…

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Continuing our Phil Everly tribute: watch Don and his late brother transform Abbey Road’s The End in this stunning 1970 medley.The post The Everly Brothers Cover The Beatles, Insanely appeared first on MOJO.

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